Welcome to Globsyn Business School, the best B-School in Kolkata
Over the last two decades, Globsyn Business School (GBS) has not only positioned itself amongst the best business schools in Kolkata but also as India’s only ‘Corporate B-School’, with its two years full-time AICTE approved Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) & Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) – Business Analytics, and MBA (Global) programme in collaboration with Malaysia University of Science & Technology. We have received many laurels from the education fraternity from time to time and have been ranked among the Top 5 B-Schools in Eastern India, as per a recent Business India’s Best B-Schools Survey.
“I receive a journal from your organization… It is one of the finest journals in management education, having a lot of case studies
and various issues connected with them… Congratulations for all of that!”
Dr. Anil Sahasrabudhe
“I’ve been impressed by the unique nature of Globsyn Business School. I think this is the place where students not only learn good theory,
but also begin to learn how to practice that theory in the real world corporate situation.”
Dr. James McHann
“Institutions like Globsyn are on a crusade to improve the readiness of professionals to add value to the industry… to take people to the next level.
We need more and more such organizations in India in this extraordinary period of growth.”
Mr. Narayana Murthy
“My expectation from the youth is that they are idea creators and idea merchants… and this is the new way forward.”
Mr. Rajendra S. Pawar
“God couldn’t have put you into a more fortunate position… Go out there… smell the roses.. enjoy your life.
And God be with you as you graduate from this wonderful institution.”
Mr. R. Gopalakrishnan
“I congratulate Globsyn Business School for taking an excellent step forward, and AICTE’s support is there with the institute.”
Dr. Anil Sahasrabudhe
“What Bikram said, it resonates very well – Innovation is something that has helped us to grow.”
Mr. Hemant Kanoria
“India is a land of innovation. The word we use in the rustic sense is called ‘jugar’… we have ‘jugar’ for everything.
If something is not working, we will put something else… I think the B-School will be imbibing these ideas and using their own network,
and the network across to give their students better education.”
Shri Anoop Kumar Agrawal, IAS
“Hard skills or academic skills hardly matter. It matter only to the extent of 10-15%… probably you’re lucky if you’re utilising that. What matters the most are the soft skills – power of learning, observation, empathy, being compassionate, being decisive, communication – these are the skills that will come in most handy. Globsyn Business School has tried to impart these soft skills through various programs.”
Mr. Abhijit Roy